Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1967 · Page 8
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Mri. Lydia Wtft*l and i«n Willis spent Sunday at Jack-son, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peter. Mrs-. Peter is a daughter of Mrs. Wetzel. Mr. and Mr*. Ervin Wiltgcn went to Garner Sunday where they visited the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schmidt. Mr, Wiltgen took his father-in-law. L. S, Koppen to Mason City where he receives therapy at Mercy hospital at intervals of several days. Mrt. Floyd Turner w«* visited over the weekend by her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius De Kruif, of Sheldon. ^ Mr*. Marieri* Apple, of DM Moines, former Algonan, is expected Saturday for a two weeks vacation with her mother Mrs. Floyd Turner. Mr. and Mrt. Albert Hagg left Tuesday for Monrovia, Calif., and will return here after renting their property in California, and bring back a few things they will want. They have purchased the late Mrs. Edna Shilts home and contents and will return here as soon as possible. They will stop in Omaha, Neb. enroutc Thursday-Friday-Saturday AUGUST 3-4-5 MATINEES ALL 3 DAYS AT 1 ADVENTURE, LAUGHTER AND LOVE ARE YOURS AGAIN! # $t'' : ' u WaltDlsneyls ' : %m ' :«• A*JiI *' '••*'.•'-.-. TECHNICOLOR® Hear these happy tunes! "Whistle While You Work" •"Heifih-ho" "I'm Wishing" • "Some Day My Prince Will Come" "The Dwarls' Yodel Song' DON'T FORGET MATINEES EACH DAY AT 1:30 Adult.—$1.00 — Children—50c ALSO-YELLOWSTONE CUBS 2 SHOWS EACH EVENING Sunday - Monday - Tuesday AUGUST 6-7-8 THE MOVIE THAT COULD 'TURN ON' i WOMEN out WIVES! ...OH MEN THAT/SI ACAUfMV to Monrovia to see theif son HMIM |tiMf* •* KM WiBtf Petersons the past week were their daughter, the Steve O* trams and granddaughter, Jennifer, DeKalb, IU. The 0* trums also visited hi* grind' mother, Mrs. Myra Ostrum and his mother, the Elliot Skillings and a sister, the Don Baades, Titonka, and camped at Iowa Lake two days with the H. V. Cookes, Emmets* burg, grandparents of Mrs. Ostrum. Tammie Shryock, of Graettinger, and Kim Peter* son, Algona, were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fred OtJ««l, have been visited by Mrs. Ruth Hackman of Radford, Va., and Mrs. Hackman's son- in-law and daughter Dr. Norman Harris and his wife Dr. Johanna Harris, of Nashville, Tenn., and their children Martha and Norman Steward III. They left for home Thursday having concluded a visit here of a few days. Maria, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wittkopf, is spending the week at Clear Lake with her friend Janice Haag. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erlckten were recently at Downs visit* ing with the latter's brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Loren Krettlow. Mr. and Mri. Vie Frld.rti have been visited by the latter's brothers and sister-in-law Otis McKce, of Washington, D. C., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKee of Fort Worth, Texas. While here a family picnic was held at Mclntosh Woods, Clear. Lake. Mrs. Della MeKee, mother of the men, and Mrs. Frideres was also present. ALOONA THiATHI "-ThurMliy Thru Sttwrrfty —MatlnMt all fhrii day* Walter MAT THAU UAUGNlt k" Inqrid STEVENS ROBERT MORSE SHIT FOR VOUR OWN . PROTECTION! I A GUIDE FOR THE MARRIED m, -ft, / y- f f V -• i/l Mr. and Mr*. Dick Pott, Bob, Rick and Rex, and Mrs. Elizabeth Post spent Sunday at the Okobojis at the cottage of Mrs. Lloyd Scott, of Topeka, Kans. There they met Mr. and Mrs. Bob Post and family, of Denver, Colo. Bob could remain there but a few days but his family will stay for a longer time. They brought a boat from Denver for family use. Mrs. Scott is mother of Mrs. Bob Post. Mr. and Mrs. Clydt Lloyd and family have returned from a vacation at Denver, Colo., and points near there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold J*r- genson have returned to their home at Aurora, Colo., having concluded a two weeks vacation with Mrs. Jergenson's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman and other relatives and friends, Mr. Jergenson's mother and husband Mr. and Mrs. Shurek now live in Den ; ver and she has found the . climate most beneficial and is free of the asthma which she suffered in the mid-west. Mr*. Lillian Foth hat returned from Iowa City and returned to work at the Graham store. She is returning to Iowa City again this week for a further check-up. Mr*. B«rn«ta* Lynk, Mr*. Florence Peterson, Mrs. Esther Barton, Mrs. Linnea Hei- serodt, and Mrs. Mabel Lund went to Renwick Saturday evening to visit with Mrs. Lloyd Pool. Mrs. Pool is making rapid recovery from recent major surgery. The Pools are former Algonans but Renwick is Mr. Pool's old home town. Mr, and Mr*. Don Trupko spent Sunday at the Okobojis with Mrs. Trupke's mother and brother-in-law and sister Mrs. Amy Swain and Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, Karen and Kevin, who are spending the week there. Mr. and Mr*. Vic Fridoro* were at Lincoln, Neb. attending to some business in connection with the entrance at Nettleton Institute, Columbus, Neb., where their son Wayne will enroll. Mr*. D*IU McKt* and a friend have returned from a ten days vacation at Duluth, Minn. The women made the trip via auto. Mr. and Mr*. Duan* Rilty and Dave had as guests over (he weekend Mr. and Mrs. Russell Meeker of Waterloo. Mrs. Meeker and Duane are cousins. Sunday dinner guests of the Rileys and Mrs. Riley's parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of Humboldt at their cottage on West Okoboji were Mr. and Mrs. Meeker, Mr. and Mrs. Al Smith and daughters and Arlie Goetsch and Mr. and Mrs. William Funk. Last wctk Tuttday evening Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Jon Putnam and Paul were at LuVerne celebrating the birthday of Mrs. Putnam's father William Goetsch. Mr. and Mr*. Andrew Hansen had as guest a week their grandson Bret, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Tippen of Storm Lake who came to get him recently. Mr. and Mr*. Don Marti and granddaughter Linda Alderson, of Grand Island, Neb., have been guests of Mrs. Mertz's brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Han- Complete Program Begins: 1:30 and 7:00.9:15 Yellowstone Cubs 1:30 and 7:00-9:15 "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 2:20 and 7:50 * 10:00 —Sunday Complete Program Begins: 1:00 - 3:05 • 5:15 < 7:00 9:05 "Guide for a Married Man" 1:30 < 3:40 • 5:30 > 7:35 - 9:30 —Monday * Tuetday Complete Program Begins: 7:00 • 9:05 "Guide for a* Married Man" 7:35-9:25 —Wednesday Complete Program Begins: 7:00-9:15 "Those Fantastic Flying Fools" 7:35 - 9:30 STARLITE DRIVE-IN —Thunday • Saturday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Alvarez Kelly" 9:15 "Stagecoach" 11:30 —Saturday Midnlte Shew only "The Saboteur" 1:25 —Friday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Stagecoach" 9:15 "Alvarez Kelly" 11:25 —Sunday and Tuesday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Torn Curtain" 9:15 "Promise Her Anything" 11:30 —Monday Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Promise Her Anything" 9:15 "Torn Curtain" 11:00 —Wednesday KLGA FREE NITE Complete Program Begins: 9:00 "Munster Go Home" 9:15 "Night of the Grizzly" 11:00 HONORED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Colon Meyers, of Virginia Beach, Va., the former of whom is in service there, were honored at dinner Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Godfredson's at Humboldt. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Stors and Pamela, of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson, Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gdd- fredson, Mr. and Mrs. David Hankins and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben. BRIDGE WINNERS The last duplicate bridge session was held on July 24, 1967, in the Legion building. Winners were, first, Beth Miller and Lucille Everds, Algona; second, Mary Geelan and Kathleen Elbert, Whittemore; third, Heide Ferguson and Eulalie Altman, Algona; The next session will be held on August 14th at 7:45 in the Legion hall, and it U Master Point night. USED CLOTHING NEEDED Rev. Frank Harcey, cochairman of CWS clothing collection, is asking again for good used clothing to be packaged in strong boxes, or CWS bags tied securely, weighed, and taken to the Presbyterian church on or before Aug. 21, by 10 a.m. It is necessary that packages be weighed and 10 cents per pound paid for handling. BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riley and Dave entertained Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ooetsch it dinner Tuesday evening »n Humboldt. The event honored the birth* day of Mrs. Ooetsch. AT FAMILY RIUNION Mr. and Mrs. Roy rtutzell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell and the Floyd HutzeMs, sons Steve and Mark, attended a Hutzell family reunion Sunday at Ankeny. 0 • GRANDDAUGHTER DIES Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bonnette and Mrs. Bertha Dettman received word Tuesday of the death at Iowa City University hospital of Ruth, Mrs. Gene Heerdt, 27, of Burt, who had been hospitalized several weeks. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bunkofske of Burt and was a granddaughter of the Bonnettes. 0 W«1 OHM* Production! WALT DISNEY FILM BACK IT'S YOU AGAIN. When Snow White sends the seven dwarfs off to work in the morning, she kisses each of them goodbye. Dopey, who likes to be kissed, comes back for seconds and thirds in Walt Disney's animation classic, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." In color by Technicolor, the Academy Award-winning cartoon feature is being re-released during its 30th anniversary by Buena Vista. DRIVE-IN 'THEATRE AUiOIMA , IOWA, Thursday - Friday - Saturday - August 3 - 4 • 6 """ A Martin Raddn Production/ sen. The Hansen's little grandson Bret Tippin, of Storm Lake, was here at the same time. Mr. and Mr*. Carl Hanitn have returned from Iowa City where they had taken their six year old daughter Maria for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Hudson spend as much time as possible at Fenton with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson, the former of whom has recently been at Iowa City for observation and treatments. Mr*. John Deim loft Monday for her new position at the YWCA in Des Moines. Mr*. Colia Deal i» boin« visited by her grandchildren Becky, Lucy, Larry and Tinuny, of Des Moines, who were brought here Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Al Coleman. They wtyl be here at least a week, possibly two. Mr*. Lydia Wotxol has received word of the death of her brother Herman Genrich at Livonia, Mich. The message came Thursday. **«•** ••*»** CinemaScope- Color by Deluxe tea SIC oke ound nless ng system ething SECOND BIG FEATURE COLUMBIA PICTURES mum-.' .SOLC.SIEGELr«oiiuci.o. .WILLIAM ,„ RICHARD Saturday Only Mid-nit* Show PANAVISION* COLUMBIACOLOR Admlnion — Adults $1.00 Children under 12 — FREE mo< tha ern gas heating does. lates and filters constantly, you ir warmth, p's the only ern heating system |oes,) Sunday - Monday - Tutsday -August 6-7-8 2nd Feature [Promise her anything...but take her to our picture first! \ r; wvm w WRW A UNIVERSAL PICTURE CHECK MOVIE CLOCK FOR TIMES WEDNESDAY - allfiUST Mh - KIM FREE KITE 2 M| FMtara*-0*M Eaily IT TEARS k YOU APART IWITH SUSPENSE! IEU! •I NITCHCI «,QOHOME TECHNICOLOR America's Funniest Family in their Northern Natural Gas Company The pipeline serving naturnl gas to rout local g*s cocnpiny BE SURE TO SEE THE IOWA TOWN AMD COUNTRY ALL GAS HOME ON DISPLAY AT THE IOWA STATE FAIR AUGUST 18 THRU AUGUST 27 71 UNIVERSAL HCTU8E A PARAMOUNT PICTURE

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